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A spacious and beautifully appointed detached house of great character and style believed to originally date from the 19th Century occupying a very rarely available rural location within mature and predominantly south facing grounds of about 1 acre.
The house has a contemporary yet traditional feel and is presented to a very high standard with bright and well-proportioned accommodation. Many of the rooms have a twin aspect and take
full advantage of the south aspect with fine views over the garden towards open countryside. The recent careful refurbishment has been undertaken with skill to create an exceptional family home
with exposed oak beams and soft pastel colours. Features of note include a stunning open plan kitchen/dining/family room with under floor heating and stone tiles. This is the centrepiece
of the house and a magnificent room with direct access to the walled garden-ideal for outside entertaining. The beautiful bespoke hand made kitchen with textured granite work surfaces
is very well equipped and set around an island with a full range of eye and base level cabinets, pan drawers, integrated dishwasher, wine refrigerator, five ring gas hob and electric double oven.
The further generous living accommodation includes a large drawing room with an open fireplace and wood burning stove, study / 2nd sitting room and utility / boot room. There are four
well proportioned bedrooms including a double aspect principal bedroom suite with an adjoining dressing area and shower room as well as a very stylish modern family bathroom with a double
ended bath and shower cubicle. The gardens and grounds provide an idyllic setting with wild flowers and areas of lawn merging into an area of light woodland.
Mulberry Cottage occupies of stunning yet accessible rural location. The small rural hamlet of Well is set amidst rolling Hampshire countryside in-between the villages of Long Sutton, Crondall, Odiham and Bentley. Well has a very well known public house / restaurant and provides an ideal base for a number of country pursuits. There is an extensive network of footpaths nearby with links over the surrounding countryside and to the
nearby villages, making the most of stunning countryside scenery.
The village of Long Sutton is some 1.5 miles distant and has an active community with a public house, Church, village hall and a very well regarded primary school. In addition, the village is also home to Lord Wandsworth College. The village of Odiham (about 4 miles) has a broad Georgian High Street with several public houses, restaurants and shops, Church and primary and
secondary schools as well as further every day amenities. The village of Crondall (under 3 miles) equally has a church, primary school, two pubs and a golf course.
The traditional market towns of Alton and Farnham provide an excellent range of day to day facilities including further schooling for all age groups in both towns and a very well renowned sixth form college at Alton. There are also mainline railway stations providing services to London Waterloo at Hook, Winchfield, Farnham, Alton and Bentley. The village of Bentley also has a very highly regarded primary school, shop and two public houses. In addition, the M3 at junction 5 at Hook provides a link to London, the south coast and beyond.
This is an ideally positioned house standing in an unspoilt rural location.
The gardens and grounds provide a very special setting for the house with areas of ground predominantly to the south, east and
The property is approached via a 5-bar gate and shingle driveway providing ample parking and access to the double garage.
The formal garden has been landscaped to take full advantage of the south aspect with an area of lawn and flowering cherry together with well-stocked flower and shrub borders and several climbing plants and roses adorning the front including a jasmine and clematis. A wrought iron gate leads to a paved walled courtyard garden providing an ideal outside seating area with fig, plum and apple trees. The grounds extend to the east with yew hedging and a variety of areas of interest with wild and seasonal planting together with areas of lawn and an area of light woodland.
There is a fine outlook from many parts of the garden to the nearby farmland and in all the grounds extend to about one acre (0.983 of an acre).
Mains electricity, gas and water. Private drainage.
Study / 2nd Sitting Room
Superb Family Kitchen / Dining Room
Gardens and Grounds of about 1 acre
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